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FLUFF: Buying sex toys is another thing that Beyonce does better than you.

Yup. Definitely only the gold-plated best for these two.

Buying sex toys is another thing that Beyonce and Jay Z do better than you.

Queen Bey and the the man she graciously allowed to be her husband were spotted at a sex shop over the weekend. Apparently they (allegedly, maybe) spent about $6000 on fun stuff for the bedroom, according to a person who was there but has now deleted their twitter account because nobody crosses the Queen.

The, um, items were supposedly gold-plated. Because Beyonce aint putting nothing less near her (no doubt) miraculous lady parts.

Britney Spears debuts her Vegas show, Miley Cyrus steals spotlight being EDGY.


So, Britney Spears has started her retirement a residency in Vegas – she’ll be performing 50 shows a year for the next two years. The first concert was on the weekend and, surprisingly, reviews were pretty positive. She was lip-synching, obviously, but does anybody actually expect Britters to sing live anymore?

So yeah. She performed her show and it went well and that was it.

Oh wait, except Miley Cyrus was in the audience and she made out with a female back-up dancer and now that’s all anybody is talking about. (Could that have been the plan?)

She’s just SO edgy and naughty and sexually liberated, you guys:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xvmiLx-Y0W8

Woops. Italy got in trouble for pretending a movie stars Brad Pitt. It doesn’t.


The new film 12 Years A Slave stars Chiwetel Ejiofor as Solomon Northup – the slave. You know, the main character on which the ‘slave’ part in 12 Years A Slave is based.

Brad Pitt produced the film and has a very small role in the end. This is the film’s poster:

This is the poster that Italian distributors decided to put in cinemas all around the country:

Not surprisingly, the interwebs went ballistic and the distributor quietly pulled all the posters that make the film look like it’s about Brad Pitt draming in a field.

Sophie Monk has had a very creepy stalker charged for being very creepy.


Sophie Monk has been on the receiving end of some extremely disturbing twitter rants, which ended with her having a man charged.

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According to The Daily Telegraph, David McCabe has been harrassing Monk with over 150 “sexually explicit and threatening posts on twitter daily.” He often went on bizarre rants that included references to the devil. It was when he threatened Monk and a family memeber that she finally decided to contact the police.

McCabe told The Daily Telegraph that he had schizophrenia and had thought Monk needed saving. He said he was grateful to the police for stepping in and stopping him from talking ‘crap’.

James Franco has written about the art of selfies for The New York Times because he is really, really smart and he understands things that you don’t.

Titled “The Meanings of the Selfie”, Franco is actually pretty honest about why he posts so freaking many of them on Instagram. Basically, they get the most attention. And attention = dollars for savvy actors trying to monetise their brands. He says that he prefers to post things like poetry and art that he likes (remember – he is really, really smart), but like it or not, his selfies garner the most likes of any of his posts:

“…a well-stocked collection of selfies seems to get attention. And attention seems to be the name of the game when it comes to social networking. In this age of too much information at a click of a button, the power to attract viewers amid the sea of things to read and watch is power indeed. It’s what the movie studios want for their products, it’s what professional writers want for their work, it’s what newspapers want — hell, it’s what everyone wants: attention.”

“I’ve found that Instagram works much like the movie business: You’re safe if you trade “one for them” with “one for yourself,” meaning for every photo of a book, painting or poem, I try to post a selfie with a puppy, a topless selfie or a selfie with Seth Rogen, because these are all things that are generally liked.”

It’s kind of nice to hear a celeb just admit that they understand and play the fame game.

Oh, James Franco. So, so smart. Read the full article in The New York Times here.

Here’s a collection of his best selfies:

Keira Knightly quit Twitter after 12 hours.


She came, she saw, she left.

Keira Knightly has revealed in the February issue of Harper’s Bazaar UK that she signed up to Twitter, but it took only a few hours for her to say ‘soz nup’ and shut the whole thing down.

Even though she used a false name, Keira says she finds the internet ‘dehumanising’ and couldn’t handle the dark side of Twitter.

“It made me feel a little bit like being in a school playground and not being popular and standing on the sidelines kind of going, ‘Argh.'”

We feel ya sister. Here’s the cover anyway, where she’s rocking a shoes and socks combo like nobody’s business:

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